Miles for Smiles 2017

par The Noah John Winston Miles Foundation

  • mardi, 27 juin 2017 de 9:00 Après-midi à mercredi, 28 juin 2017 4:43 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Duke of Connaught P.S. 70 Woodfield Rd., Toronto, ON M4L 2W6

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Join us for the 3rd annual Miles for Smiles bike-a-thon in support of the Noah John Winston Miles Foundation.  All children ages 2 to 12 are welcome to participate by riding their bike or scooter around a closed track.  There will also be face painting, live music, snacks and other surprises.

The Foundation is a legacy to honour the life of a pre-schooler who died suddenly in 2015.  It's objective is to raise funds to support anti-bullying initiatives and programming like Roots of Empathy.


When:  Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.

Where:  Duke of Connaught P.S., 70 Woodfield Rd., Toronto ON

Why:  To gather as a community, celebrate Noah, and raise money to support anti-bullying initiatives like Roots of Empathy

Other Info:  There is no registration fee.  A minimum fundraising amount of $100 per participant, or $150 per family is suggested.

*New this year:  The Foundation is a registered charity.  A tax receipt will be issued by Canada Helps on behalf of The Noah John Winston Miles Foundation for all donations over $25.

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Duke of Connaught P.S.
70 Woodfield Rd., Toronto, ON M4L 2W6

27 juin 2017
mardi, 27 juin 2017 9:00 Après-midi (HAE)


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Noah John Winston Miles was a healthy, active and independent little boy who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly just four days after contracting Invasive Group A Streptococcal disease, which is the same bacteria responsible for strep throat and other skin infections. He was three and a half years old at the time. The Miles family has established The Noah John Winston Miles Foundation as a legacy to Noah’s gentle nature. The Foundation raises funds to financially support educational programming that reduces aggressive behaviour amongst school aged children. Its primary mission is to build a community of youth who understand how their peers feel and respond with compassion and tolerance.